Crossbreed Announces a New Holster Designed Specifically for Women—SHOT Show 2014

Crossbreed Holsters

Crossbreed specializes in concealment, whether it’s on your person, in your car, or on a bicycle. The company is best known for its line of in-the-waistband holsters and for a modular system that utilizes the versatility of Velcro to attach holsters to duty belts, RAM mounts, flat surfaces, even handlebars. The newest product, however, is targeted to the special needs of women. The most common types of holsters simply don’t work well for women. However, just about every woman carries a pocketbook, which would be a good place to conceal a firearm. The problem is that if you drop a gun into a purse, it sinks to the bottom, making it difficult to draw quickly and consistently. Crossbreed has addressed that with yet another variation of their modular holster system. It consists of an L-shaped Velcro-lined panel to which the holster attaches. You can place your gun in whatever position you want for a quick, controlled presentation. Take look at it in action in the accompanying video.


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  • Bill Higgins January 27, 2014, 11:46 am

    Yep, pretty regrettable display of trigger finger, much like 99% of the rest of the world. I wish I hadn’t seen that in a long time, but I live in the real world. The weapon accessory, the demo of the ease of draw, well, for that I am very grateful and give you an “Excellent” on you final. I’m very grateful for your continuing excellence and positive spirit in the troubled gun environment. Much appreciated. Thanks.

    • Jerry Reicher January 31, 2014, 12:22 pm

      Oh get over yourselves, guys. If you watch this woman on the range videos and with ACTUAL guns (not fake ones) she’s actually pretty good with her trigger discipline and safety.

      If you guys have ever been to a show like this, you’d know there’s no firing pins in any weapons and it’s virtually IMPOSSIBLE to practice normal safety techniques due to the fact that theres 50,000 people walking around. You can’t look at guns or do these videos without sweeping someone. Chill out and enjoy the videos.

      I for one am gonna buy one of these for my wife. I have a Crossbreed Supertuk and they are quality products and a good small company. Thanks for all the helpful information from SHOT! wish I could have gone…

  • Carrie January 22, 2014, 9:52 pm

    Well I think she was just there to report on new products. As for the purse defender, I like it. Unfortunately they don’t make it for my gun yet. I’m sure they will eventually

  • hammerhead January 22, 2014, 7:29 am

    Finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.

    • Wabiker January 22, 2014, 10:52 am

      Yep…worst trigger discipline Ive seen in a long awhile. Should she even be hosting media in this industry?

      The comment about purses.. wow..really..? No matter where you carry it, one should always have ready access, and not have to “worry” about the clutter.

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